Immaculate Conception Coloring Sheet

Alright everyone, here comes my coloring sheet debut! The first coloring sheet I’ve ever drawn is (drum roll please)… The Immaculate Conception! The Feast of the Immaculate Conception is coming up on December 8.

I’m hoping for this coloring sheet to convey the message that this day is celebrating the conception of Mary herself, and not her conception of Jesus. This is a very common misconception amongst Catholics, but I think this depiction will help children to understand.

[Download Printable Version Here]

Symbolism in this picture includes Mary in the womb of St. Anne (wearing her defining veil). St. Anne and Mary both have their backs turned towards the apple tree to visually state that Mary was conceived without original sin. There are 3 beams of light coming down from the sun that stand for the trinity. Also, the snake (Satan) is unhappy about what has happened here. Here’s an example of this sheet already colored in:

All printable coloring pages are my own artwork and are free for any not-for-profit use by individuals, families, or educational organizations. Copies may not be sold or reproduced for profit. If you’d like to post this project for others to find, I would ask that you link to my post and rather than my individual downloads. Thanks!


  1. I LOVE this! You did such a good job of conveying the story. I’ve already printed out several of them for the kids to color tonight and tomorrow.

  2. This is a great coloring sheet! I am going to have my 3 school age kids color them tomorrow.
    Thanks for explaining the hidden meaning of everything!

  3. Beautiful job Lacy! My girls are going to love coloring this today!

  4. Holly@ThreeSidedWheel says

    We will be coloring this again this year! Thank you so much for sharing your talents!

  5. Wow! You are a great artist! Wish I could draw–lol!

  6. Hi. Thanks for the coloring sheet made ​​it easier to explain to my children the Immaculate Conception. I’m doing a post where he presented the sheets already colored by my children and wonder if I can post with a link to this page so that others benefit from your drawing. I await your response. (My blog is in Spanish) I would not do anything without your permission.Thank you!

    • You can always post pictures of your children’s completed coloring pages! I just ask that no one re-upload it and offer it from printing from their own site. Thanks for asking! 🙂

  7. Thanks!!

  8. Thank you, Lacy! I’m going to let my younger girls color this tomorrow. May God bless you and your family this Advent season.

  9. Melissa Foote says

    Thank you so much for this coloring page! It is simply beautiful and conveys the Feast of the Immaculate Conception in a way that children can easily understand and remember. Thanks for sharing your talent!

  10. This is a perfect explanation of the Immaculate Conception for little ones and their parents alike. Thank you for sharing your artistic vision and talent with us! Advent blessings to you and yours!

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